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Hambleside Danelaw have been manufacturing rooflight solutions in the UK for 40 years. We are the market leaders in developing environmentally conscious solutions to improve building energy performance and reduce the carbon footprint through the efficient and effective use of daylight. Our in-plane Glass Reinforced Polyester (GRP) rooflights for the metal building envelope have been installed on projects such as B&Q, Wickes, Tesco distribution warehouses and Rolls Royce factories to name just a few.

Our BBA certified range of Zenon rooflights are manufactured CE marked in accordance with BS EN1013:2012 to match all typical metal or fibre cement profiles. We take our responsibility as a manufacturer very seriously and therefore all our products are rigorously tested to ensure compliance with regulations and best practice, such as non-fragility and fire. Our UK GRP production facility is BS EN ISO 9001:2008 quality certified and operates on renewable energy.

We have developed some unique products within our range, designed specifically to overcome specification issues. The solutions include our unique Insulator core which delivers improved light transmission, plus a more natural and enhanced diffusion of daylight.

Lowering Carbon

We are committed to a continuous carbon reduction programme, achieving a 78% reduction in the last 5 years. We confidently quote light, thermal and solar transmission values to help our clients specify the most appropriate rooflight for their building.

The Zenon Evolution range provides a stronger rooflight whilst using less resin in production therefore making it the only low carbon rooflight option available on the market.

Lighting the Way

Hambleside Danelaw are long standing members of NARM, the National Association of Rooflight Manufacturers. Further details about compliance and the benefits of natural daylight are available on their website www.narm.org.uk

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